Why does my cut curly willow branches turn black?

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Opals aren't cut, they're ground and polished. But yes, if there is someone in your area that cuts, grinds and polished gemstones, you can certainly pay them to prepare the opals. If there's a good rock shop in your area, ask them to recommend someone. Or they may provide that service themselves.

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Check for bugs, maybe they are infested? I would not eat them if I were you.

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What is the saw called that cuts tree branches?

It could be any of several kinds of saw. A pruning saw (sometimes called a lopping or lopper saw) is often used for small branches and twigs. See first comment for a picture. A bow saw is commonly used also. See second comment for a picture. For larger branches, a chainsaw, either electric or ...